Month: July 2018

What Love Is

Being in love is a wonderful thing, but sooner or later the butterflies and rainbows flit and fade and we are left with a few choices. Feelings will not carry us through the next 20, 30, or 50 years, but a real understanding of what real love is […]

Yes! No? Not Yet?!

There are three possible answers to each and every question: Yes! No? Not Yet?! You may may think there are any number of other possible answers to a question, but in the end, if you’re asking the Good Lord, one of these three is the response you will […]

Glimmers Of Heaven

There could not be a more perfect place to watch the sun set on a cool evening with a hot cup of coffee in one hand and the other laced through the fingers of the love of your life. There we sat staring at the sun setting on […]

Kathy

Kathy was unlike any of my eight brothers and sisters…there was a melody only she could hear.  She had a quirkyness that made you laugh and a logic that made you believe.  She was not an especially deep thinker but she was wise – not a critic, not […]

Just Hold On

There are just some things that we will never understand; at least not in this fragile life here on earth. I will never understand why my dad was taken away when I was 12 and I will never understand the mix of emotions it caused inside of me […]

Around The Corner

I’ve done a lot of driving for two very simple reasons: I hate boats and I hate planes. They both occupy that place in my psyche ruled by fear and fueled by a lack of control. Who really knows what lurks in the deep dark depths of unseen […]

Mackinac Island

This trip was long overdue. I grew up in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula almost as far north as you can get and now live in the middle of the Lower Peninsula. I have crossed the Mackinac Bridge more times than I can count and always looked over the railing […]

It Came To Pass

The cycle of seasons that we experience here in the Midwest is one of the main reasons I stay. The vigor of summer fades into the varied red, gold, and yellow hues of autumn before the white blanked of winter is pulled up tight under the landscape’s chin. […]

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